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Conventional Approaches

  • Stephen Nicol
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Abstract

On October 10, 2010, at midnight, the Antarctic Peninsula management zone was closed to krill fishing for the rest of the season. That closure was the first active step to manage the krill fishery. This was the first time in the twenty-nine years of the management regime that there had been a need to take formal action to manage the krill fishery. The fishery was duly closed, the fishing fleets moved on, and the management system for the fishery had passed its first real test.

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